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Swine Oil

Utah companies say they can’t control how their natural supplement products are marketed.

By Ted McDonough
POSTED // Jun 24,2009 - Online Exclusive: Swine flu has quickly gone from a note on the back pages to an all out panic in Utah. The disease has taken among its largest toll here, where at least eight people have died ...

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Swine Flu, Tased and Confused, Warmed Over, Near Miss

By Ted McDonough
POSTED // Jun 17,2009 - H1N1, the swine flu, is attacking Utah with a vengeance. Three more people who contracted the virus died in recent weeks, bringing the number of Utah deaths to five, or more than 10 percent of all H1N1 deaths in the country.

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Birds, Bees and STDs

Lawmakers struggle to fight STDs while keeping condoms out of schoolbooks.

By Ted McDonough
POSTED // Jun 17,2009 - Add Parents for Choice in Education to the voices Utah lawmakers are hearing on sex education. The Parents are the people who brought Utah the voucher law that was passed by the Legislature ...

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Noise Complaints, Gonorrhea & The Lake Powell Pipeline

By Ted McDonough
POSTED // Jun 10,2009 - It is now apparently official policy at the Salt Lake County Sheriff's Office to pepper spray and Taser citizens singing Carpenter's songs in their own living rooms.

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Sliced & Diced

Could an independent commission fix Utah’s gerrymandered districts?

By Ted McDonough
POSTED // Jun 10,2009 - If there were one place in Utah where it would be fun to be a Democrat, you would think it was Park City. After all, you’ve got company. Summit County voted for Obama in the presidential election 56 to 41 percent.

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Censoring Craig Jessop, Bike Lanes, Ponzi Koerber & Sugarhouse Streetcars

By Ted McDonough
POSTED // Jun 3,2009 - It's not about censorship. So said Craig Jessop, the new head of Utah State University's theater department after canceling a play just one week into rehearsals.

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Losing His Shirt

An Ogden hemp activist sees his business curtailed by drug charges.

By Ted McDonough
POSTED // Jun 3,2009 - Dustin Kay smokes marijuana. It says so on his sweatshirt. Actually, his sweatshirt says "Cannabis Activist," as do hundreds of other hoodies, shorts, T-shirts and tank tops stacked in Kay's Roy storage shed...

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Yak & Pack

A Utah gun lobby hopes to fire up journalists.

By Ted McDonough
POSTED // Jun 3,2009 - The free class offer was made to schoolteachers, resulting in a few teachers who carry weapons inside special hollowed-out file folders according to permit instructors.

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Ephraim Mexicans, Guns in Parks, Chaffetz's Strip-Searching & The D.C. Marriage Act

By Ted McDonough
POSTED // May 27,2009 - Ephraim has rejected a proposal from the Snow College Hispanic Student Association to add a Mexican flag to a memorial in the city cemetery that currently includes flags of the United States, Great Britain, Norway, Sweden, Denmark and Finland.

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Public Nuisance

If developers have to landscape their vacant land, shouldn’t the city have to?

By Ted McDonough
POSTED // May 27,2009 - Decades-old small businesses in Sugar House are purchased and torn down to make way for new development. But development plans fall through and the bare-scraped property becomes a weed patch.
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